TEACHING TECHNIQUE

We give our lessons according to the JOINT teaching technique. It is based on communicative and classical techniques and we take only the best from them both.

The communicative technique is better for the students whose right brain hemisphere, responsible for creative work and emotions, is more developed. The students, with a more developed left hemisphere and aptitude for logical acceptance of information, usually prefer the classical technique.

 
Classical technique Communicative technique
These are the methods everybody becomes accustomed to at school or university: you study grammar without speaking practice. Outside schools and universities, communicative technique is currently in great demand. Its main feature is that we need language for communication. Thus the training is built on games and dialogues without careful heed to grammatical rules.

+ A student clearly understands grammar rules
+ Logical construction of phrase
+ Skills to understand the text
+ Clear speech and writing without mistakes
- Language barrier, brain freeze within actual conversation
- You know a lot of things but you are unable to use them
- Boring lessons
- Small vocabulary

+ No language barrier and no fear of speaking up within conversation
+ Healthy emotional involvement in the lesson
+ The lessons are exciting and cheerful
+ Large vocabulary


- Speech full of mistakes
- There is no clear idea about grammar
- You achieve the result only if you pay full attention to language (from 4 lessons per week)

 WE FUSE BOTH THESE APPROACHES AND WE USE COMMUNICATIVE TECHNIQUE (GAMES, DISCUSSIONS AND DIALOGUES) KEEPING IN MIND THE CLASSICAL TECHNIQUE.